Hi, Many of our customers buy our cufflinks for weddings. Coins have been associated with weddings since the Victorian era and is reflected in the poem ‘ something borrowed, something blue….and a silver sixpence in the shoe’ The coin reflected good wealth not only in the monetary sense but in health as well. Nowadays, as… Read More

Hi,   Thank you for stopping by Irish Coin Cufflinks where you make Cufflinks from – you’ve guessed Old Irish Coins. We have over 85+ years of coins in stock and each set is handmade in our studio in Dalkey, Co. Dublin   As we sell online we know it is very important to stand… Read More

Hi, Thank you for stopping by our website. As you can see we take Old Irish Coin, wash and polish the coins and inset them into Cufflinks. Years ago I worked in mid town Manhattan and saw a colleague with a set of old NYC subway token which were upcycled into a set of Cufflinks.… Read More

Hi, Welcome to the updated Irish Coin Cufflinks website. The site was updated in June 2016 to make it more mobile friendly. All of our products are handmade in Ireland and they all come with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. We now keep our stock in several countries so we can speed up our deliveries. If… Read More

  The 1965 Cufflinks are available to purchase  here 50th Birthday Cufflinks They are made with genuine 1965 Irish coins, come in a silver presentation box. All our Cufflinks come with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.  … Read More

Hi, Here is an update on the activity at Irish Coin Cufflinks and what we have been up to lately, Our handmade Cufflinks business is growing and our Cufflinks are still handmade in Dalkey, Co. Dublin, Ireland. We ship internationally every day we have recently started to keep stock of our Cufflinks in the US… Read More

WB Yeats was the chairman of the first Irish Coin Committee and Ireland produced its first series of coins in 1928. We recently came across this beautiful poem titled ‘ Brown Penny’ by WB Yeats. I whispered, ‘I am too young,’ And then, ‘I am old enough’; Wherefore I threw a penny To find out… Read More

  Irish Coins- History of coins used in these Cufflinks The Irish Government appointed a committee, headed by William Butler Yeats, to advise them on coin designs and in 1928 the new coinage made its appearance. The designs finally selected were the work of Percy Metcalfe. The obverse of each coin carries the traditional Irish… Read More

Here at Irish Coin Cufflinks we have lots of Irish coins, so it is always of interest when we see one selling for a large amount of money. In an article which appeared in the Irish Independent and Irish central the details are Over ten years on from switching to the Euro, collectors are now… Read More